To keep the conversation flowing in Seattle, informal “Coffee Talk” discussions will be held on Tuesday morning. Attendees can brainstorm, sound off, and share their challenges, experiences, and ideas—and strengthen ties to their professional community. The following table topics will be hosted by AALL members:
The Great Divide: How Do You Communicate the Value of Technology Across Generations?Come with your coffee, pull up a chair, and chat with your colleagues!
Tara C. Lombardi, Law Library of Louisiana
Difficult Conversations: Tips and Techniques for Handling Personnel Issues
Carol Bredemeyer, Northern Kentucky University; Joyce Manna Janto, University of Richmond School of Law Library
What We’re Learning from Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead
Mary E. Matuszak, New York County District Attorney's Office; James Murphy, Bloomberg LP; Christine Sellers, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, L.L.P.
When H2O Meets MOOC – What the Free Access to Law Project Means for Virtual and Physical Classrooms, and for the “Hack the Casebook” Ethos
Kyle K. Courtney, Harvard Law School Library
"Trust Me, You Need This!" – Convincing Attorneys to Participate in Online Research Refresher Sessions
Jean Bell Hessenauer, Tydings & Rosenberg LLP
How Do You Use the Price Index for Legal Publications?
JoAnn Hounshell, Chicago-Kent College of Law Library
Dead Weight No More – Turn Under-Motivated Board Members Into Champions for the Cause
Sharon E. Borbon, Fresno County Law Library
Where Do We Begin? What the Proposed Revisions to ABA Standard 606 Will Mean for Your Collection – and Your Budget
Lisa Junghahn, Harvard Law School Library
Teaching Law Outside the Classroom - Using Technology to Creatively Connect with Students
Stephanie Miller, Washington & Lee University School of Law Library; B. Valerie Carullo, Bloomberg LP
Special Privilege for Special Collections? The Legalities of Protecting Archival and Special Collections Holdings
Christine Anne George, The University at Buffalo - State University of New York
What It Takes to Land a Job in Different Law Library Settings
Todd T. Ito, University of Chicago D'Angelo Law Library